NEP Business: CT UK
Job title: Display Engineer
Hours: 09:00 – 18:00 (additional hours of work may be required on occasion)
Location: Crawley, occasional travel
Position: Full- time, Permanent
As a Display Engineer focusing on LED, projection and flatscreen display technology, you will be responsible for the setup and operation of equipment in projects spanning our primary markets of Corporate, Music & Entertainment and Sport & Broadcast, ensuring smooth delivery and meeting client expectations. Additional duties shall include in-house preparation of equipment; pre-production, in-project and post-project technical duties and equipment expertise to the Display, project management and business development teams as required, where possible and appropriate.
The ability to prioritise, work efficiently and proactively, implement, and deliver well thought out technical work, either standalone or as a team leader, is paramount to the Display Engineer's role.
• Onsite setup, operation and dismantling of equipment.
• Acceptance and integration of any sub-hired equipment from third party suppliers.
• Supervise non-CT staff, ensuring CT best practices and core values are upheld.
• Liaising with clients and production teams to ensure desired site objectives are fulfilled.
• Adherence to current Health & Safety legislation and working practices, including PPE use.
• Develop a proficient ability to operate, as required, the other parts of the audio-visual system.
• Providing technical expertise and assistance with complete projects, or individual elements of a project, as required by the Display, project management and business development teams.
- Checking of selected components for the system build, advising and handling of any required changes.
- Producing technical drawings, system diagrams and rigging plans as required.
- Possible data entry of the required equipment into the rental system.
Skills / Qualifications
• Strong and confident communicator with excellent interpersonal skills
• A solid team player
• Exceptional time management skills with the ability to prioritise workload and adhere to deadlines.
• Excellent understanding of technical equipment with a drive to learn new or unfamiliar systems.
• Ability to work logically and systematically.
• Proactive and self-motivated; ability to use initiative.
• Problem-Solving; ability to think strategically and implement robust, stable solutions.
• Relevant industry experience
• A minimum of 5 GCSE passes at grade C or above (including Maths and English).
• A-levels, or equivalent qualification.